Bizzy Crook just hit us with three new tracks out of the blue. The first was "Goodluck Forever," which had more of a ballad feel to it, and now comes the more hard-hitting "Suppose To Be My Dog." Oddly enough, the cover art shows Crook with Meek Mill.
This one's built around a delicate piano line and a hard-snapping beat, with Bizzy laying down some great bars over the instrumental. The plot is pretty standard here, with Crook detailing the story of a man who used to be one of his best friends who went on to double-cross him, but when he tells it, the wound feels fresh and deep as ever.
Niggas got a lot of commentary when they play the bench
But stick with your starting five and you stay on the court
I always treat the first quarter like I'm in the fourth
That ain't revenge, it's just me in the Porsche